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Bryan M. Wolfe
| November 13, 2013
Apple's 'iPhone 6' Could Be A Revolutionary Device
The next iPhone, like the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 before it, will likely be a revolutionary device. Recent rumors suggest the “iPhone 6” will be bigger and quicker than its predecessors, and come with a curved screen. AppAdvice has teamed up with Polar to get a feel what our readers want on the next iPhone. What size should the screen be? Will it actually be called the “iPhone Air?” Should it come with an infinite screen? You get the idea. Here are the questions: Note: After you answer the first question, you'll see a set of arrows to go back and forth between questions. The iPhone 5s (and iPhone 5c) launched on Sept. 20. The handset includes Apple’s new A7 processor and M7 coprocessor. It also comes with Touch ID. Like other iPhones ending in “s,” the handset looks just like the previous model, the iPhone 5. In September, Apple announced it had sold 9 million iPhones during the first 36 hours that the new models were available in stores. For more iPhone 6 rumors, see: Bloomberg Claims Two New Curved iPhones Could Launch Next Year, Bigger, Thinner iOS Devices Could Dominate Apple's 2014 Product Line, and How Do You Like This Impressive 'iPhone Air' Concept? Photo: iPhone 6 concept, Ciccarese